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People Break Down Which Unsolved Mysteries Should Have Already Been Cracked
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One of the first things you learn as a storyteller is that good stories have a resolution.

Bad guys get caught.

Mysteries get solved.

People are found.

But not every story is a "good" one.

Conflict isn't always resolved.

Some questions never get answers.

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People Break Down The Historical Mysteries That Will Never Be Solved
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History, as taught in most schools, should be considered a crime against children.

If Hamilton proved anything, it proved that history can ABSOLUTELY be interesting if you serve it with a little spice. Leaving out the juicy interesting bits is a disservice to us all.

So we're adding them back in.

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People Break Down The One Unsolved Mystery They'd Like To See Answered In Their Lifetime

When a tragedy happens it sticks with the community for a long time. However, when such an event goes unsolved then it becomes a point of interest.

One of the most famous disappearances from my childhood was what happened to Jonbenet Ramsey. As a young child, I didn't understand then what horrible things could have happened except that this beautiful girl about my age was missing and her parents missed her.

It is one of those unsolved cases that has always stuck with me and is so sad that her family never received any answers. One Redditor wanted to share which unsolved cases kept them up wondering.

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People Break Down The Creepiest Unsolved Mysteries They've Ever Heard
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Documentary shows like Unsolved Mysteries are deeply disturbing to watch. Yet, these unresolved cases have an unexplainable allure that draws people in.

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People From Small Towns Share Their Weirdest Unsolved Mysteries
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As much as there is an allure of living in small towns, there seems to be just as much mystery.

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